Have fun being unemployed!
@Jolee Bindo, I mean they're gonna be of the approved colors so he shouldn't be getting fired
@Fruit Punch Samurai, he!?!?!?! did you just assume it's gender?!?!
@TheHippie52, well I am an Apache Attack Helicopter so I don't have a gender, but I have a retractable minigun on my undercarriage so I guess I would be a male. So I assume it was just an honest mistake.
@Jaune Arc, APACHES DONT HAVE MINIGUNS YOU FILTHY LIAR!
@Fruit Punch Samurai, unless the boss is a d!ck and its an at-will employment
Because annoying your boss is the best thing to do!
To be fair, employers are usually very clear about what's allowed so it's stupid to get what you know will get you in trouble. Case in point: a woman I worked with spent 200 dollars getting her hair dyed and done up in dreadlocks. She came in and they promptly told her she had to change it because it didn't match company policy (worked in an office). She whined about it for a week, tried wearing bandanas and hats to get around it, and eventually was fired because she wouldn't change it. It was a really stupid move.
@obijuankenobi, technically if the person here is doing it out of spite it means they already know what's approved meaning a mohawk may be approved and if the colors are approved and the policy doesn't explicitly say no multi-colored hair then they can't terminate because of this and if they do they could be sued for wrongful termination. Always read your dess code thoroughly because usually there's plenty of loopholes and gray areas
@Assassinator2399, oh totally. I was referring to his green hair in the first place and for my corworker her doing what she knew they didn't allow
@obijuankenobi, yeah people doing stuff knowing it's not allowed and then whining is incredibly annoying. I've had co-workers do that and I couldn't help but laugh at them when it didn't go well
@obijuankenobi, I agree your co-worker shouldn't have done it if she knew she was going to get in trouble for it, but honestly, what color I dye my hair shouldn't matter as long as I'm doing my job. People make too big of a deal policing what others do to their bodies. Let's face it in 2016, hair color, piercings, and tattoos, are minimal indicators of who a person is.
@notMrWonka, the problem is that as much as it shouldn't be, it still is. I work in cosmetology. Believe me, I get it and I agree. But the truth of the matter is that we haven't reached the point where that's socially acceptable enough for a business environment. Right or wrong, it's how it is, and businesses live by it.